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. concentrates on consumption in conjunction with capitalism and technology from the middle ages through the renaissance, so the 17th century dutch republic and the industrial revolution. this forminged a ideology and related practices that dominate western modernity and increasingly through globalization, the world. given the destructive fruitlessness of conflicts in at the reformation era, catholics and president president tess pros stands decided to go shopping instead of continuing to fight about religion. that's what we're still doing in combination with the exercise of power by hegemonic liberal said states, sim bio sis of consumerism is today more than anything else the cultural glue that holds together the hyper pluralism. the final chapter, secularizing knowledge, analyzes the relationship among different sorts of knowledge, together with the site of where new knowledge has been transmitted from the middle ages to the present. the confessionallization of universities in the reformation era, included a privileging of theology that insulated the logans from new knowledge. the purs
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